The Putnam Museum’s exhibition, “Liberated Voices, Changed Lives,” showcases how technology provided more time for women to work on the suffrage movement which led to the ratification of the 19th amendment on August 26,1920. This amendment gave some women the right to vote in the United States.Impact: Quad Cities Women’s Fight for the Vote

Marking 100 years since the passage of the 19th Amendment, join the Putnam Museum and exhibit sponsor, Royal Neighbors of America for a virtual gathering of women who have changed our Quad City Community. This online program will feature five minute flash talks, each with a different topic.

The Putnam thanks one of their cultural community partners, River Music Experience for their support in providing artists for this panel.

 

Event Features:

– Cynthia Tidwell – President & CEO, Royal Neighbors

– Dr. Monica Smith – VP of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Augustana College

– Chris Cournoyer – Iowa State Senator from the 49th District

– Maggie Tinsman – Former Iowa State Senator

– Spoken Word by Kya Angelou

– Music by Charlotte Boyer (Charlotte Boyer Music)

 

Sign Up at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DghIBqnPQQqMhyDb16UEwg

“The history of the past is but one long struggle upward to equality.” –Elizabeth Cady Stanton

 


For more fun things to do in the Quad Cities this week, check out the latest issue of FUN10QC.

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Impact: Quad Cities Women’s Fight for the Vote
Tess Abney was born and raised in the Quad Cities. Her passion for writing and entertainment was apparent at a very young age. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.